Lille Huset: The diy dollhouse kits we wish we had as kids.

Lille Huset DIY dollhouse city at the Cool Mom Picks indie shop

We adored Lille Huset’s eco-friendly, laminated, recycled paperboard DIY dollhouses the moment we discovered them at Toy Fair  earlier this year. Founder Alyson Beaton’s mission is so wonderful: to encourage kids to build and customize their homes, not just play with preexisting ones. Besides, they’re beautiful.

So we are thrilled that we are now carrying the US-made Lille Huset kits at the Cool Mom Picks indie shop, along with other wonderful handmade and indie items from makers around the world.

Lille Huset’s houses come flat-packed so that you can actually dissemble them whenever they aren’t being used to sit in a bookshelf, not in pieces all over your house. Each kit also comes with accessory pages that will keep your child busy personalizing their home with window boxes, wall hangings, and other decorative touches that make dollhouses so fun in the first place. Plus we appreciate the diversity of the characters in terms of how they look and dress–although your kids can easily add their existing Minifigs, play animals, or Playmobil characters as kids tend to do anyway.

 

Lille Huset DIY Victorian dollhouse | Cool Mom Picks indie shop

Lille Huset modern primrose cottage DIY dollhouse

Lille Huset modern DIY dollhouse | Cool Mom Picks indie shop

Lille Huset DIY dollhouse | Cool Mom Picks indie shop

Depending on your little decorator’s tastes in architecture, you can choose between Lille Huset’s Victorian Logan home, their Primrose English cottage, or the super-contemporary Lille Moderne. There’s also a very cool little dollhouse city that’s inspired by homes from Norway, France and the US.

Or hey grab a few kits all at once and your child will have the most interesting street on the block.

Check out Lille Huset’s eco-friendly paperboard DIY dollhouse kits at the Cool Mom Picks indie shop along with other favorite items curated from tastemakers we love.

Christina

Senior Associate Editor Christina Refford loves homeschooling, running, cool kids’ music, and coffee. Not in that order.

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